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  • The day was full of Hits and Giggles as promised. A brief break for rain showers couldn’t even interrupt the fun times and, in fact, provided for perfect temperatures for the June 7th Chamber Classic Golf Tournament. After the 36 teams played 18 holes of......

  • Congratulations to Inman High School graduate Jacob Eck, who has been awarded the 2024 Agriculture Future of America (AFA) Scholarship for McPherson County. This scholarship is made possible by the McPherson Chamber of Commerce Ag Committee in partnership with Agriculture Future of America (AFA). The......

  • Leadership McPherson has been an impactful program of the McPherson Chamber of Commerce since 1982. The class of 2024 began their journey in March with seven class sessions including two days at the Kansas Leadership Center. The community leadership program focuses on developing leadership capacity......

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Do you have some great photos of yourself or volunteers in your organization? The Chamber is putting together materials to promote our volunteer portal and the vital impact volunteers have in our community. We want to use local faces volunteering for local causes. Let's see what you've got! Either post your photos below or email them to Amber at ... See MoreSee Less
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Check out this terrific video about the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge and the opportunities for youth. The McPherson Chamber hosts a local YEC each December through our partnership with NetWork Kansas and we invite the community to interact with the students during the tradeshow. We agree with Bailee Henry, NetWork Kansas, who said “We believe that through the YEC series, students are learning the value of entrepreneurship and learning to reinvest in their communities and continue to support the small businesses that do keep their communities thriving. And we hope they will continue to find a place in their hometown and find it to be a successful place to be and continue to grow up the communities in Kansas.” ... See MoreSee Less
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